Sunday, December 7, 2008


I am so tired. It's the kind of tired where you don't know if you'll be able to fall asleep however. Jasmine's Christmas stuff is done. It was done long before we stopped spending money. I don't even want to look at our bank account right now. She did good at my mom's. She called us twice to see how much longer we would be and when told we were getting her presents she said will you just come home already. ;) Getting home was easier said than done. I don't think the snow ever stopped today. And at times it was really bad. When we were only a few miles from my mom's, you couldn't see the road anymore. The snow had drifted over the fields and across every inch of road there was. It was a guessing game as to whether or not you were in the field or on concrete. I was freaking out, my husband seemed fine. I kept imagining a drift just sucking us into the ditch on either side of the road. You know it's bad when you're driving down the highway, speed limit 60 and everyone around you, including those with 4X4's, are driving 20. I'm glad it's all over and I'm at home in my bed, where the snow can't get me. ;)


Dan said...

Is it wrong of me to say that I am already sick of snow? I mean, we've only had maybe two or three good snowfalls with any accumulation, but I am tired of it all.

Bucko (a.k.a., Ken) said...

Glad you made it home safely from you shopping trip, and that everything went smoothly in separationville :o)

As for pulling leg hairs, ouch :o(

Beth said...

Glad you got home without an accident. It was really coming down for a while. These country roads can drift something terrible.

Yay for Jasmine! Sounds like she was a little trooper, but happy to be home with Mom and Dad.